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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does "Hungry-Monster" cry?
(a) "Yummy in my tummy."
(b) "More!"
(c) "Food-food-food."
(d) "Hungry-hungry-hungry."

2. What is the verdict for the first case?
(a) Someone is sentenced to one year in prison.
(b) There is none because the case is postponed.
(c) Someone is sentenced to death.
(d) Someone is sentenced to life in prison.

3. Where is the next town the drinkard and his wife go to after escaping "Hungry-Monster"?
(a) His wife's hometown.
(b) Alives' Town.
(c) Mixed Town.
(d) His hometown.

4. What does the drinkard use to help alleviate the damage caused by the "natural disaster."
(a) He uses his magic seeds from Wraith Island.
(b) He uses his magic egg.
(c) He uses his juju.
(d) He concocts a remedy out of palm-wine.

5. Why is it so hard for the drinkard and his wife to reach and enter "Dead's Town"?
(a) There is a labyrinth they need to get through.
(b) They do not have the special key.
(c) There is an optical illusion.
(d) They cannot enter during the day since they are alive.

6. What else does the drinkard do in case there are future difficulties?
(a) He produces a second magic egg.
(b) He charges for his help and saves the profits.
(c) He produces money and hides it.
(d) He builds a place to store food.

7. How many dead babies do the drinkard and his wife meet on the road?
(a) 4000.
(b) 40.
(c) 400.
(d) 4.

8. Who is "Invisible-Pawn"?
(a) The head of the bush creatures.
(b) Skull.
(c) The tapster.
(d) The drinkard's son.

9. At the end of the chapter, what does Dance turn into?
(a) A river.
(b) A mountain.
(c) A cave.
(d) A valley.

10. What is the drinkard's hobby in the next town they go to after escaping "Hungry-Monster"?
(a) He attends court and listens to cases.
(b) He takes up gambling again.
(c) He helps at the post office and delivers important packages.
(d) He goes to the hospital and observes doctors.

11. How does the drinkard put an end to the "natural disaster"?
(a) He negotiates with Land.
(b) He throws his magic egg in the river.
(c) He plants his magic seeds.
(d) He sends a sacrifice to Heaven.

12. According to the tapster, why do "alives" and "deads" not live together?
(a) Because God prohibits it.
(b) Because there is not enough food.
(c) Because each does things in opposite (and incorrect) ways.
(d) Because it is biologically impossible.

13. What does the drinkard ask of his readers after he explains the two cases?
(a) To help him make the final judgements.
(b) To go to "Mixed Town."
(c) To not deal with wizards.
(d) To pay all debts.

14. What happens after the drinkard re-gums the broken egg?
(a) The eggs works good as new.
(b) The egg produces one million whips and flogs the ungrateful people.
(c) The egg only produces palm-wine.
(d) Nothing, the egg still does not work.

15. What is the verdict for the second case?
(a) The husband's choice is overturned.
(b) There is none because the case is postponed.
(c) The husband's choice is made official.
(d) The wizard is sentenced to jail.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does the drinkard get out of "Hungry-Monster's" stomach?

2. What did the red king kill that caused the town to turn red?

3. Why can't the slave escape the rain?

4. What does the man do on the morning of the seventh day of the parade?

5. Who is the third character involved in the first case's conflict?

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